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  1. Lights, Signs and Traffic Controls: Re: Failure to Obey Traffic Control Device

    If the officer testifies that there is a red indicator light on the other side he can see and this light only illuminates when the red stop light is illuminated, the OP is toast. It may be that the...
  2. Evidence: Re: Speeding Ticket 55 in 40 Zone- -Excluding Police Dash Cam As Evidence

    You seem to be concerned about the idea that a speed measuring device may not have been used and you cite the policy manual regarding that. Two problems: 1. There is no policy statement that says...
  3. Discovery: Re: Can You Be Charged Copying Fees for Discovery Materials

    That's similar to the provisions in California, CPC 1054 which allow the preclusion of evidence, among lesser sanctions, at the discretion of the court. So the Court will not necessarily preclude...
  4. Discovery: Re: Can You Be Charged Copying Fees for Discovery Materials

    I don't know the statute or case law here but it may not spell out any sanction for violation of discovery requirements. This might range from extra time given to the defendant to review material not...
  5. Speeding Tickets: Re: Speeding at Over 100 MPH, VC 22348(B) in California

    The suspension would begin at or after conviction (or after a not guilty or no contest plea). Any bail amount must be paid when the TR205 is submitted unless you're indigent. I'm thinking you're not....
  6. Speeding Tickets: Re: Speeding at Over 100 MPH, VC 22348(B) in California

    I would would not argue with cdwjava in terms of his expertise in RADAR and LIDAR. It really seems like there's reasonable doubt here in terms of the offense charged. Assumed inherent error, sweep...
  7. Lights, Signs and Traffic Controls: Re: Red Light Camera Ticket With a Partially Obscured Face

    On what basis would the owner be required to ID the driver? A judge or police officer might ask or might not ask. Usually not. First, the officer is not a prosecutor nor a party to the case nor...
  8. Speeding Tickets: Re: Speeding at Over 100 MPH, VC 22348(B) in California

    Unless you're flat broke, you'll have to pay when submitting your TR205 form. You probably won't get the result for a month or so. Then, you might wait another month for court trial, while your bail...
  9. Speeding Tickets: Re: A Possible Warning or Ticket in the Mail

    I'm thinking the length of time to get one in the mail varies by jurisdiction. I'm guessing around a week, but that's strictly a guess. Local cops might have a better idea. The Statute of Limitations...
  10. Speeding Tickets: Re: Wa State Police Speeding Ticket Challenge

    I think to have a good argument here, you need to show the car is not capable of that. In other words, if the car is capable, however improbable, I don't think you win this against the officer's...
  11. Speeding Tickets: Re: A Possible Warning or Ticket in the Mail

    He could have kept the light on to warn other motorists. You could call the agency involved and give your name and number in case he wants to issue a citation. If he really was intending to issue a...
  12. Hit-and-Run Accidents: Re: Car Hit in Driveway at My Boyfriend's Mom's House and Not Sure What to Do

    Since you didn't notice the dent until the next morning, how do you know whether it happened before or after he moved the car? Or during his movement of the car? Leg me guess...he told you. Your...
  13. Speeding Tickets: Re: Wa State Police Speeding Ticket Challenge

    There are a number of ways to determine speed and one of them is pacing. If the officer knows his speed and sees another vehicle in his vicinity, he can say whether that vehicle is equaling or...
  14. Speeding Tickets: Re: Officer Riding Bumper

    There are some here like myself who don't agree with everything the cops do. However, if I'm being tailgated, I NEVER speed up. Either I slow down or change lanes. If I speed up, the bonehead behind...
  15. Hit-and-Run Accidents: Re: Car Hit in Driveway at My Boyfriend's Mom's House and Not Sure What to Do

    What if you find the car that contacted your car and the person says the dent was there when they got back to their car after the party. Maybe your boyfriend crashed your car when he was moving it.
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    Determination of Fault: Re: Hit by a Car While Making a U-Turn

    I don't really like your thinking here. First, do you know whether or not the right turn driver had a green arrow? Second, even assuming it was red, if the right turn driver entered cautiously,...
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    Determination of Fault: Re: Hit by a Car While Making a U-Turn

    In that scenario, the one sure way to avoid an accident would be for the U-turn driver to obey the signage. Additionally, if the right turn driver stops before turning, they are turning legally. Even...
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    Determination of Fault: Re: Hit by a Car While Making a U-Turn

    How do we know that the right turn driver didn't have a green arrow himself at the same time as the left arrow was green. If a No U-turn sign is posted, these two conditions can exist at the same...
  19. Speeding Tickets: Re: Speeding at Over 100 MPH, VC 22348(B) in California

    At arraignment, the judge would likely give you time to hire an attorney and your trial won't be that day anyway. Many traffic lawyers have relationships with the local law enforcement people or...
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    Traffic Lane Violations: Re: 21209(A), Driving in a Bike Lane

    You can make an IDR at any time between your citation date and your trial date, although time frames of either 15 or 20 days are allowed for prosecution response. I would advise against IDR before...
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    Determination of Fault: Re: Hit by a Car While Making a U-Turn

    I never indicated that the traffic right-to-left is ALL of the conflicting traffic. In fact, it's not ANY of the conflicting traffic, unless he's turning the wrong way onto a one-way street. Nor did...
  22. Speeding Tickets: Re: Speeding at Over 100 MPH, VC 22348(B) in California

    My suggestion is that you contact an attorney. Pay them a couple hundred bucks and they'll give you some ideas or maybe you'll ask them to represent you. You might not wind up saving any money but...
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    Traffic Lane Violations: Re: 21209(A), Driving in a Bike Lane

    It's probably best that you didn't argue the point. If you do, you make yourself stand out more and inspire more effort by the officer.

    The question at trial will be at what distance did the...
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    Determination of Fault: Re: Hit by a Car While Making a U-Turn

    Who do you mean by "they." I assume it's the right turn driver in my example, but you've warned me about the dangers of assumptions, and this is one of those. Maybe you mean the U-turn would be...
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    Determination of Fault: Re: Hit by a Car While Making a U-Turn

    The reason I pointed out that scenario is that I've seen it almost happen a number of times. The right turn driver will likely look to the left for crossing traffic and slightly left for opposite...
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